|LostChildren087: Ben Woods - We Are Silhouettes Now - Ben Woods|
Lost Children Net Label proudly presents Ben Woods' We Are Silhouettes Now. A wholesome offering of layered sky-gazing soundscapes, piano driven introspection and subliminal bliss. It is an addictive seven track EP that will entice its listeners with its elegant structures and variations, reminiscent of those found in the cinematic compositions of Angelo Badalamenti. The music subtly finds its way under the listeners skin, stopping time, bringing a moment of peace draped in shades of melancholic...
Keywords: Lost Children Net Label; Ben Woods; ambient
Downloads: 1,461 (1 review)
|lc-eph01 Underwater Noises|
The Lost Children Net Label proudly presents Underwater Noises - a compliation album curated and produced by Attilio Novellino and Enrico Coniglio in conjunction with Ephre Imprint. The theme running through all tracks of this work is 'water' (and its numerous concerns risen around the globe). The album is comprised of tracks by 15 Italian artists (Enrico Coniglio, Francesco Giannico, Gigi Masin, Obsil, Elisa Luu, Attilio Novellino (Un Vortice Di Bassa Pressione) and Pierpaolo Leo among others) ...
Keywords: ambient; experimental; field recordings; lost children net label; ephre imprint
Downloads: 993 (1 review)
|Pie Are Squared - (Hungover in) Siberia [LostChildren090] - Pie Are Squared|
(Hungover in) Siberia is Pie Are Squared's third release and the first part of an ongoing trilogy; a venturesomely bold series of interrelated recordings. (Hungover in) Siberia plays as one long-form composition that is constructed with deliberate melodrama to pay homage to a plethora of human emotions, partly inspired by the seemingly infinite Siberian landscapes. Autobiographical in nature, the music expresses the protagonistâs loneliness and longing to rejuvenate his soul and assuage his min...
Keywords: Pie Are Squared; Lost Children Net Label; ambient; soundscapes; experimental
|Charts and Maps - Dead Horse [LostChildren088] - Charts and Maps|
The Lost Children Net Label proudly presents it's second release by Charts and Maps, even more intrinsically unclassifiable yet still grooving around in their unique texture of fusion and post-psychedelic. High-res (.flac) downloads available on our bandcamp page. Charts and Maps have always been a difficult band to figure out. I was at both their first and last shows - I saw them develop from a loud, jumbled mess of good ideas wrenched together at angles to one of the most aggressively forward-...
Keywords: Lost Children Net Label; Charts and Maps; Charts & Maps; netlabel; net label; cinematic; jazz fusion; math-rock; post-rock; prog-rock